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23 Sep 2009  

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OK. If your NIC obtains an IP address automatically, it should work. So maybe you have chosen to give your system a static address? If so, do this:
  • Click Start
  • Type Network Connections to the search field
  • Right click Local Area Connection, choose Properties
  • Click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP /IPv4)
  • Click Properties
    "the default gateway is not available"-gateway.png
  • If you have chosen to obtain IP automatically, the IP, Subnet and Default Gateway fields are grayed out and everything should be OK.
  • If you have chosen to use static IP, the IP address should be 192.168.0.X, where X can be anything from 2 to 255, Subnet should be and Default Gateway
Check this first, come back to tell what you found.


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